No matter your needs, there’s a portable charger here for you [Deals]

More of the things we can’t leave home without have batteries. That means a greater chance for frustration over forgotten chargers and occupied wall outlets, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We’ve found a charger for every situation, and almost any budget. Limefuel Blast 20000mAh Battery Pack – 26% off This sleek battery […]

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Microsoft’s Black Friday sale starts November 26 with savings on Lumia, Surface and Xbox

You don’t even have to wait until Black Friday for Microsoft’s Black Friday sale – it starts at 12:00am ET on November 26, with savings available on many of the company’s own devices and accessories. Read more…

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Microsoft’s 6000mAh Portable Power charger is now available for just $24.99

Microsoft’s Portable Power DC-21 – the 6000mAh mobile battery pack that it launched last year for $49 – is now on sale for just $24.99, and is currently available in white, green or orange. Read more…

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Logitech Debuts New ‘Logi Circle’ Home Monitoring Camera

Logitech today announced its entry into the home security and monitoring market with the Circle Portable Home Connection Camera, which is debuting under its new Logi brand. The palm-sized Circle is a connected camera that’s designed to let users monitor and interact with pets, children, and people at home while away.

Through a companion app, the Logi Circle streams HD video to an iPhone or iPad. It includes a two-way talk and listen feature that works using Wi-Fi, letting it go beyond simple monitoring. According to Logitech, the Circle includes „Scene Intuition“ technology that sets it apart from other similar home camera systems. With Scene Intuition, the Logi Circle is able to learn home life patterns to send alerts only when interesting activity occurs to save people from having to sort through hours and hours of footage.

The app also offers a „Day Briefs“ feature, which is an automatically generated 30-second video that sums up the highlights of each day.

„There’s a new movement in home monitoring,“ said Vincent Borel, director of new ventures at Logitech. „The nature of today’s connected world is changing the way people interact with cameras in the home. Video surveillance is no longer just about security, it’s about staying connected with our homes and loved ones. Planned or unplanned, magic moments happen in our homes every day and we designed the Logi Circle as your destination for capturing and discovering them no matter where you are or what you’re doing. Now you can watch your kids playing or catch your dog chasing its tail even if you’re running errands, traveling for business or at the office.“

The Logi Circle has an unobtrusive design that lets it fit quietly into any room, and it’s both portable and rechargeable. It can be moved from room to room and charged as needed with an included charging ring, with each charge providing three hours of streaming or 12 hours of standby time.

The camera inside the Logi Circle offers a 135 degree wide angle view and an 8x zoom ability. A light on the device blinks white when someone is watching through the app, and the light also doubles as a battery indicator, blinking red when the battery is low. The Logi Circle will store 24 hours of video at no cost, and Logitech plans to offer subscription options for longer storage times.

The Logi Circle Home Connection Camera is available for pre-order beginning today from the Logitech website. It’s priced at $199.99.



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Video of 20-Year-Old Mac Operating System Running on an Apple Watch [iOS Blog]

As an entire computer that fits on our wrists, the Apple Watch already seems like something out of a science fiction novel, but a new video from software developer Nick Lee demonstrates just how far computing has come in the last two decades.

Lee’s hacked an Apple Watch running watchOS 2 to run a port of a 20-year-old Macintosh OS, System 7.5.5, using the Mini vMac Macintosh emulator.

When System 7.5.5 was released in 1996, it required a full PowerPC-based Mac to run, and in their smallest incarnation, those machines were clunky, heavy, and pretty far from the portable devices that we have now. Today, that same operating system can run on a tiny wrist-worn computer with a 1.3 to 1.7 inch screen.





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Save 29% on the fastest, smartest way to charge 6 USB devices all at once [Deals]

Your devices shouldn’t have to take turns charging. Get Kinkoo’s six-port charger for just $35 at Cult of Mac Deals. This sleek charging hub allows you to charge six USB-capable devices at the same time, optimizing the ports to select…Read more ›



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Save over 40% on Innori 22,400-mAh, triple-USB battery pack [Deals]

The batteries in an iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 can hold 1810mAh and 7340mAh of power respectively. Even with those fairly generous capacities, these devices sometimes don’t make it through an entire day before they require a recharge, especially…Read more ›



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